Very excited to have just launched this on Kickstarter:
Quickly sketch mobile design concepts directly into your own genius-factory-of-a-notebook. Made in the USA.
Check it out, http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1839712674/uinkit-stamp-user-interface-design-tool
6 months ago
It is very nice, and it quickly stamps into your sketchpad of choice. However, mobile phones update quickly and I can see the stamp only have a couple of years at most shelf life. The design is just not sustainable and tries to solve a problem that does not exist. I can print out the latest mobile interface skeleton and stick it in my sketchpad.
Hi Kevin, that's an interesting thought. Asking any device to be "sustainable" that's a tool for designing on a device and even platform that is not guaranteed to be around more than a couple of years from now is a difficult ask. You could say that same about many digital platforms and tools that we invest in every day.
I think there are many problems to be solved for. As creatives, we strive for solutions enabling us to do our best work. For me, this was a tremendous help to my process and workflow. I've tried what you suggested with printing off pieces of paper, but stamping into my notebook was much faster and more seamless without collecting a mess of papers wedged between pages.
5 months ago
Are you selling this outside of kickstarter? I have one, but I know someone that ones one now too.
12 days ago
Not yet, but I plan on launching the website in January where they will be available for purchase. Look for an update on the UINK.it Facebook page. There will be 60 available at launch and a short delay after that between the next larger batch. Thanks for spreading the word!
3 days ago
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